Year Three and After -
Free Sheet Music for Piano!
In year three and after, the free sheet music for piano on this site stretches pianists' abilities.
More technique is required, with the use of chord inversions, thicker textures in the melodies, and stretched hand positions. Additionally, note reading strays far outside the two octaves around Middle C. While much of this page's music is aimed at older students, some of it is easy enough for younger children who have been with you for a while.
Ae Fond Kiss, a poem by Scottish poet Robert Burns
Cat Came Back
Emma, a Jane Austen movie tribute
Funeral March, by Chopin
Gaelic Melody, traditional Celtic sheet music
House of the Rising Sun
Loch Lomond, a Scottish song
Minstrel Boy, vocal/piano arrangement
The Moldau (Long)
Once I Had a Sweetheart,vocal/piano
Princess Bride - "Once Upon a Time...Storybook Love" - the real thing!
Red River Valley
She Moved Through the Fair
Spanish Ladies, vocal/piano
What Do You Do with a Drunken Sailor
White, Orange and Green, vocal/piano
An unfamiliar, pretty round, with poetic words from England of long ago. Not hard!
These note reading worksheets are different versions of grand staff, treble clef staff, and bass clef staff sheets. Free downloads!
What Do You Do with a GRUMPY (or Drunken) Sailor: free printable piano music that might become your student's favorite for a long time! FOUR arrangements, and TWO sets of lyrics!
My 13-year-old student loves House of the Rising Sun because he thinks it sounds like Star Wars music! Thank you for this amazing resource! Dana: Hi,
Greetings from Australia. I loved your posting on the beautiful Irish tune 'Slane'(Be Thou My Vision). The descriptions of the versions in different keys
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